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Gut check Miami to visit talented Tennessee team

Unlike last season, the Miami Hurricanes have experienced a lot of unnecessary trouble en route to an 8-0 start. Slow starts, special team miscues, and a large number of penalties have forced Miami to play from behind several times, which has helped contribute to the ‘Canes falling into the No. 2 spot in the AP…

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Tyson takes care of business on court

Despite the name, sophomore Biz Tyson isn’t all business. The nickname, like her rare athletic ability, has been present since birth. She is the smile on the face of the Hurricanes, a role she enjoys growing with day by day. As a Jacksonville native, Elizabeth Tyson started playing volleyball in high school. During that time…

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Golf University of Miami sophomore Tina Miller fired a final-round 79 to finish in eighth-place with a three-round total of 227 at the Pine Needles Collegiate held at Pine Needles Golf Club in Southern Pines, NC. As a team the Hurricanes shot 319 on Tuesday finishing in fifth-place with a three-round score of 929. North…

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Intramural Scores

The Intramural 2-Person Golf Scramble is being held this year at the Biltmore Golf Course on Wednesday, November 13. To sign up, stop by the office at the Wellness Center and sign up yourself and your partner if you have one. If you don’t have one, we will pair you up with someone. There are…

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Romberg not concerned about close wins

Even though the Miami Hurricanes possess the nation’s longest active winning streak at 30, they have had to work harder to get the wins in the last few games. They ended up defeating Rutgers this past Saturday 42-17, only by going on a 28-0 run in the final quarter. Senior Center Brett Romberg doesn’t believe…

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BCS burns Miami for time being

It’s there in black and white. Directly next to “Miami (Fla.)” in this week’s BCS computer standings, a little, ugly, pudgy, number three. How could this happen? Sure, Miami struggled against a deplorable Rutgers team on Saturday, but as we learned two years ago, computers aren’t human and all that they see is a 42-17…

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Relying on Late Heroics

For about three quarters in Piscataway, New Jersey there was some doubt in the air regarding whether or not the Hurricanes would be able to extend their nation-leading 30 game win streak. In the fourth quarter, however, the true colors of both teams were exposed. The Hurricanes were able to overcome a horrendous first half…

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Volleyball defends home court

Throughout history, there have been many teams who have overachieved. Then there is the Miami Hurricane volleyball team, who has taken overachieving to a whole new level. The ‘Canes took care of business again this weekend, with wins against St. John’s and Connecticut, to improve to 21-3 on the season. Sunday’s win over UConn followed…

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Craig Kilborn Show All Hurricane fans should watch CBS’ “The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn” Wednesday night at 12:35 a.m. (Early Thursday morning). Kilborn will salute the Hurricane football team, picking them to beat Tennessee on Saturday. The set will be decorated with UM paraphernalia, and Kilborn will incorporate his signature comedy segments specifically…

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‘Canes’ soccer upset by Rutgers

The Miami women’s soccer team fell to the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 4-3 on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Big East tournament. The loss ends the season for Miami soccer. The Hurricanes finished the regular season with a 9-9-1 record, 4-1-1 in the Big East conference and came into the game ranked No.2 in the…

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Rutgers competitive vs. top talent

For the third consecutive game, the top ranked Hurricanes needed a fourth quarter rally to get the victory. However, on Saturday, a late surge was needed against a 1-8 Rutgers team, who actually led Miami 17-14 after three quarters. The Hurricanes did not take the lead for good until Ken Dorsey completed a 20-yard touchdown…

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UM volleyball defeats FAU in three games

After a disappointing Big East Conference loss to Virginia Tech, the University of Miami volleyball team (19-3) bounced back with a convincing 3-0 road win over Florida Atlantic (13-13) Tuesday night in Boca Raton, Fla. The Hurricanes received a stellar performance from senior outside hitter Marcela Gamarra (Medellin, Colombia), who dealt a match high 19…


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